Magazine article American Forests

Footsteps of Tigers. (Clippings)

Magazine article American Forests

Footsteps of Tigers. (Clippings)

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Carol Amore is an award-winning wildlife photographer and videographer and no stranger to living among wild tigers. Her company, Wildlife Worlds: Adventures in Nature Productions, looks for compelling wildlife stories everywhere from the Arctic circle to the African Plains. A new adventure takes audiences into the Indian jungle, where Bengal tigers roam.

In her latest book, 20 Ways to Track a Tiger, Amore' cameras are focused on Asia's Bengals, but her love for these endangered beauties carries over to their cold-weather cousins, Siberian tigers. Amore lists AMERICAN FORESTs "Trees for Tigers" habitat restoration program in Russia as a great way to help Siberians return from the brink of extinction. She first learned about AMERICAN FORESTS' program on the internet while researching a film on tigers.

"While India has the largest population of tigers at present, habitat and prey accessibility are intensely critical issues for Bengal and Siberian tigers alike," she says. …

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